Yet another "Infrastructure Week" begins Monday. The phrase has become a much-maligned moniker during the Trump presidency -- featuring plenty of rhetoric but very little in the way of tangible action to rebuild America's crumbling and outdated infrastructure. The odds might still be long that
In advance of Infrastructure Week, The Public Interest Network (which includes
Recent reports on infrastructure and related issues from Environment America,
Report: Blueprint for Tomorrow (https://environmentamerica.org/reports/ame/blueprint-tomorrow).
Report: Highway Boondoggles (https://uspirg.org/reports/usp/highway-boondoggles-5).
Report: Destination Zero Carbon (https://environmentamerica.org/feature/ame/destination-zero-carbon-report).
Report: Get the Lead Out (https://environmentamerica.org/feature/ame/get-lead-out-0).
Report: Renewables on the Rise (https://environmentamerica.org/feature/ame/renewables-rise#:~:text=Clean%20energy%20is%20sweeping%20across,growth%20in%20the%20coming%20years.&text=40%20times%20more%20solar%20power,power%20over%2026%20million%20homes.).
Report: Electric Buses in America (https://environmentamerica.org/feature/ame/electric-buses-america).
Report: The State of Recycling (https://uspirg.org/feature/usp/state-recycling).
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